Netflix has update its Android app adding individual profile support which work with Android 4.3’s Restricted Profile feature.
Welcome back to Google Play Weekly (11/18/2013). This week we talk about Rovio’s racing game, Humble Bundle 7, and a whole lot more about Android apps!
Netflix is beginning to roll out a new update to its Android app. While the layout has mostly stayed the same, the app’s overall performance has been greatly improved!
Amazon recently introduced the ability to download select videos from its Instant Video subscription service. How will the competition react? Will they follow suit?
Did you get a Chromecast before they rapidly sold out? Awesome! Then we’ve got a few tips and tricks to enhance your Chromecasting experience! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
It seems the promotional three month trial for Netflix is over already. While it was always “for a limited time”, that usually means a period of weeks, not hours.
Subtracting the three months of Netflix service from the $35 price tag of the new Chromecast brings down its cost to just $11. And, the promo is open to existing Netflix customers too.
The anticipation is over, the Chromecasts are ordered, and the original Nexus 7 is retired. We knew much of what we’d see this morning, but there were still a few surprises. Things like textbooks via the Play Store could be important, and Netflix is getting cozy with Google.
Essentially, Google and Netflix just broke down a DRM wall to bring us the best possible streaming they could. This, along with Chromecast, seem to be the linchpins in a developing relationship with Google and Netflix.
If the current two simultaneous Netflix streams at the same time is not enough for your household, you’ll be happy to hear that things are about to change with a new $11.99 plan.